A Union of Opposites

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The work of Berkeley architect Dan Liebermann is profiled in Eve Kushner’s latest Builder/Architect magazine column. The column focuses on his philosophy of uniting contrasting elements, “resulting in environments that feel both spacious and human-scale. They’re also dynamic, because joining opposites creates tremendous visual excitement.”

A fascinating read. Also see a preview of next month’s column, Creating from a Deeper Place.

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